College Sophomore 2013-08-29T23:02:35Z
Overall a successful and relatively hassle-free experience. There have been a few bumps in the road, but nothing too problematic.
College Sophomore 2013-05-04T22:27:12Z
The best money is offered for academics. Extracurricular activities offer some money but not as much as some private schools.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-16T02:26:26Z
They give out a pretty good amount of financial aid here, which was a big factor for me choosing Augie. Most people get at least some sort of scholarship, whether it's academic, athletic, or music.
College Junior 2012-09-17T19:55:55Z
Augustana accepts federal aid and their Fin Aid office is very good about getting you set up with that. They also will guide you in finding scholarships from churches and organizations that they have connections with. There are academic, musical, artistic, theater, and athletic scholarships available. They also have a neat deal for students who do summer camps. The only downside to the scholarship programs at Augie is that you are required to live on campus and to get a meal plan otherwise there's a penalty.
College Junior 2012-04-12T18:53:47Z
The financial aid process was confusing. I am here on tuition exchange money, but scholarships at the school were relatively easy to apply for. There were a few scholarships that you had to come to the school and interview for so it made the competition tough. Augustana tries to provide as many scholarships for their students as possible though.
Sorry, there are no reviews.